Philadelphia 76ers vs. New York Knicks Pick Prediction NBA Pro Basketball Point Spread Betting Line Odds Preview 4-5-2015

| April 5, 2015

The Philadelphia 76ers are off to the road to play the New York Knicks in an NBA pro basketball game on tap for Sunday April 5th.

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Start time from Madison Square Garden in New York is set for 7PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by NBA League Pass Channel.

The odds from this contest have the road team Philadelphia 76ers the -1 point favorite with a total lined at 187 points.

Philadelphia fell to 18-59 on the season following the 92-91 road defeat on Saturday to the Charlotte Hornets as a +6 ½ point wagering underdog. The total went under 189 points. The losing streak is now five straight.

The 76ers shot 36% from the floor with 11 of 26 from three. Robert Covington had 15 points and six rebounds hitting on 4 of 10 shots. Philadelphia allowed 40% shooting to Charlotte with 1 of 13 three pointers.

New York drops to 14-62 following the 101-87 road defat on Friday to the Washington Wizards as a +14 point wagering underdog. The total went under 190 points. The team has lost nine straight.

The Knicks fell behind 30-10 after one quarter. They hit just 37% from the floor with 7 of 21 coming from three. Ricky Ledo off the bench had 21 points and nine rebounds hitting on 6 of 13 shots. New York surrendered 46% shooting to Washington with 7 of 16 makes from three point range.

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